Boom Time will now carry 53kg in the Emirates Melbourne Cup after being penalised 1kg for winning the BMW Caulfield Cup.
John Sargent has had a long-range plan to get Luvaluva to the VRC Oaks and sees no reason to change the formula.
Lindsay Park’s group 1 success could roll on into Friday night as Vega Magic gears up for the Manikato Stakes, with David Hayes confident he can avenge his narrow Everest defeat.
English Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby has confirmed Folkswood will line up against dual winner Winx in the Cox Plate.
Trainer Murray Baker was philosophical about the result of Saturday’s Gr. 1 Caulfield Cup after his stable pair of Jon Snow and Bonneval finished well back in the prestige event.
Global Glamour will head to the 2017 Myer Classic after she returned to the races with a victory in the 2017 Tristarc Stakes at Caulfield Saturday afternoon.
Caulfield’s Carnival of upsets was complete on Saturday when Boom Time surged to a surprise BMW Caulfield Cup (2400m) win for Lindsay Park and Cory Parish.
Mudgee’s recent multiple city winning trainer Cameron Crockett continues his love affair with Coonabarabran racing and has rejuvenated outsider Ricci Royal primed for Monday’s TAB $45.000 Bowling Club sponsored Cup (1600m).
Connections of the former Tony Pike-prepared Sin To Win are considering stakes options for the five-year-old.
Champion jockey Manoel Nunes rates his El Dorado Classic ride Darshini as a live chance on Sunday.
Trainer Jason Coyle is under no illusions about the task facing his striking grey mare White Moss at Randwick on Saturday but is adamant she’s a stakes winner in waiting.
Australian Derby placegetter Hardham might be at long odds for Saturday’s Group 1 $3.15m BMW Caulfield Cup (2400m) at Caulfield but will be suited by the distance and the track conditions.